One of the earliest of these projects, I believe, was the National Film
Board of Canada project called "Challenge for Change". I think it dates
from the mid 1960s. From the same period at the NFB come interesting film
projects like, "Christopher's Movie Matinee".
Chris M. Worsnop
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> From: Jim Wehmeyer <[log in to unmask]>
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: reference request
> Date: Wednesday, February 04, 1998 4:56 PM
> If you've got a second, could you please suggest any work you
> know of that "deals with" projects in which video (or film)
> technology was introduced or donated or whatever to "at risk"
> communities (not necessarily only in U.S.). Looking for reviews,
> investigations, descriptions, etc. of such projects. For now,
> let's use THROUGH NAVAHO EYES (1972) as a starting point, and
> reach through more recent work, such as AIDS TV.
> Thanks very much in advance. Feel free to prevent listserv
> clutter by sending directly to me, if you'd like (I'm at
> <[log in to unmask]>).
> Thanks again.
> Jim Wehmeyer
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